Download Life at GSL Program Guide: Fall 2022 - Early Winter 2023 | August 14 – January 16 | Worship, Formation, Community, Music & More Grace-St. Luke’s Episcopal Church.
Dates: Wednesdays, November 9, 16, 30, December 7
Time: 6 – 7 p.m.
Location: Peete Room
You might have noticed that the table of contents in Anglican and Roman Catholic Bibles differs from that of run-of-the-mill Protestant Bibles. Have you ever wondered why? Have you ever been intrigued by readings on Sunday morning that come from books you haven’t ever heard talked about before (Sirach, Wisdom, Maccabees, Tobit, etc.)? This is your chance to learn more about the Apocrypha, those books that early American Protestants removed from Bibles in the New World. Join Dr. Dan Pigg for this fascinating introduction to some of the greatest biblical stories you’ve never heard. Sign up at tinyurl.com/GSLApocrypha.
Dates: Sundays, October 30; November 6, 13, & 20; December 4, 11, & 18
Time: 12 – 1 p.m.
What does it mean to live as a Christian in the Episcopal tradition in today’s world? Why is the Eucharist so crucial to our faith? Why do Episcopalians have such peculiar terminology (e. g. narthex, curate, vestry, etc.)? These and many other questions will be addressed and discussed during our Inquirers series entitled, “Living Into Our Faith.” This class is for both members and non-members who wish to learn more about, have a refresher, or reaffirm their faith as Episcopalians; who are not confirmed Episcopalians; or who wish to be received into the Episcopal Church from another Christian tradition. At the end of the class, those who wish to be confirmed, reaffirmed, or received will be invited to take part in a service during Bishop Phoebe’s visit to GSL on January 8. For questions, contact Fr. Jesse Abell (firstname.lastname@example.org or 901-252-6330). Details and Registration: gracestlukes.org/inquirers-classes.
The book group meets on the second Thursday of the month at GSL, September through May from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Bring your lunch if you like. No obligations or requirements, just show up if you read the book, are thinking of reading the book, or just want some nice company who loves books. On September 8 we will discuss two books focused on World War II: Daughters of Yalta by Catherine Katz and The Paris Library by Janet Skelesin Charles. For further information or to add your name to the mailing list, contact Janie Morris (tinyurl.com/RealmJanieMorris) or Carol Ann Mallory (tinyurl.com/RealmCarolAnnMallory) via Realm. The reading list for 2022-2023 is found at gracestlukes.org/gsl-daytime-book-group.
Watch past formation offerings here: https://www.gracestlukes.org/forum-videos